Spoofy look at the motion-picture production process, made to encourage discussion among filmmakers. ( 10 reviews ) Topics: Motion pictures: Production, Animals: Chimpanzees, Communication: Typewriters
Explains chemical processes used in the motion picture laboratory. Diagrams and demonstrations of exposure, photochemical reactions, development, and printing. Photographer: Shirley Burden. Sound Recording: Bernard B. Brown. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Motion pictures: Laboratories, Chemistry, Motion pictures: Production
Explains chemical processes used in the motion picture laboratory. Diagrams and demonstrations of exposure, photochemical reactions, development, and printing. Photographer: Shirley Burden. Sound Recording: Bernard B. Brown. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Motion pictures: Laboratories, Chemistry, Motion pictures: Production
A tour through the Jerry Fairbanks studios in Hollywood, showing the production of animation, TV films, industrial and advertising films. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Motion pictures: Production, Motion pictures: Sponsored, Advertising: Motion pictures
Outtakes from the well-known "mental hygiene" film, offering today's viewers a window on how these oft-mythologized films were actually produced and performed. Director: Edward C. Simmel. Cinematography: Harry F. Burrell. Script: Arthur V. Jones. Editor: Miriam Bucher. With Ralph Hodges ("Son"). Filmed in Kodachrome. The complete film is also on this site. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Motion pictures: Production, Motion pictures: Outtakes
This quick video illustrates some of the technology used in television production. Topics include: White Balance / Black Balance of cameras, How to use a Switcher (Live editing), How to use a titler (Chyron), and Rehearsal, Rehearsal, Rehearsal which features the fun we had creating 10 6 minute shows. Topics: Motion pictures: Production, Television Studio, How To, Chyron, Acting, Titles, Switcher, editing,...
Description: Film historian/UCB Professor Albert Johnson hosts this tribute to Academy Award-winning film director Robert Wise. Wise discusses Hollywood through the decades, as well as technical information on certain films and his own personal anecdotes and experiences from many years in Hollywood.Collection Guide: Pacific Film Archive Audio Recordings CollectionAccession Numbers: 4000-01-2594; 4000-01-2595Rights: Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law... Topics: californialightandsound, Motion picture producers and directors--California--Los Angeles, Motion... Source: 2 Tapes of 2: 1/8 inch audio cassette
These are a group of short television projects created during the first semester of Journalism. There are two different types for most of the films shown. One is the way the production was suppose to be shown on television, the other version contains a Director's commentary on the right channel of the audio track. The director's commentary on these is interesting because you hear the director's commands as the program begins, goes to commercial, comes back, and ends. These are the same type of... Topics: Film school, Television: Production, Journalism, Director's commentary, shorts films, short...